Federal Communications Commission member Robert McDowell late Monday said he will not vote on BellSouth Corp.’s $80 billion merger with AT&T Inc., putting in question the eventual completion of the deal or at least delaying the eventual outcome.

Republican McDowell’s decision not to vote is expected to prolong a 2-2 commission stalemate that has prevented the merger from winning the final required regulatory approval.

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